SHONA WILSON AT THE LORNE SCULPTURE BIENNALE
This March, the 2018 Lorne Sculpture Biennale (LSB) celebrates the best in contemporary Australian and international sculpture in a free, vibrant festival that enriches and transforms the stunning Lorne foreshore and surrounds on the Great Ocean Road. Over three weekends, Victoria’s most prestigious sculpture festival, now in its sixth iteration, will be an unmissable destination for art lovers everywhere.
Under the creative direction of curator Lara Nicholls in her incoming biennale, the 2018 event explores the theme ‘Landfall’, presenting major works and new commissions from 41 artists devoted to pressing global issues of nature and endangerment.
Arthouse Gallery's own, Shona Wilson will be showcasing a work responding to the 'Landfall' theme with an array of materials including found and processed twigs, roots, seedpods, beetles and bones. Additionally, Shona will be conducting a series of workshops as part of their fieldwork educational program.
Installation shot from Arthouse Gallery's exhibition in 2016 with Shona Wilson, 'Offering'
The Lorne Sculpture Biennale is free to attend with sculptures on display 24/7 in public spaces, mainly outdoors.
Lorne Sculpture Biennale
Saturday 17 Mar – Monday 2 April 2018